PolyU Design

Interaction Design (MDes)

PolyU Design
En Hong Kong (Hong Kong)
  • PolyU Design

17.403 
*Precio Orientativo
Importe original en HKD:
HK$ 158.400
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Tipología Master
Lugar Hong kong (Hong Kong)
Duración 1 Year
Inicio 03/09/2018
  • Master
  • Hong kong (Hong Kong)
  • Duración:
    1 Year
  • Inicio:
    03/09/2018
Descripción

Emagister adds to its catalog the Interaction Design specialism delivered by the PolyU Design in Hong Kong, which is directed at students with a passion for people and technology.


Students who have curiosity about the future and want to shape how information is accessed and used, how environments might change based on need, or how embedded information in products support use. Those with a Bachelor’s degree in design (visual communication, product, digital media, or environmental design), communication, information technology, or even psychology may find interaction design to be the next step in their professional development.


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¿Qué objetivos tiene esta formación?

This specialism seeks to enhance human ability and life through the design of innovative, interactive and experiential ideas, based on a synthesis of human thought patterns and habits with technical means. A combination of theory, planning strategies, research, and technical skills provide the foundation for workshops that explore emerging aspects of interaction design, based on human needs and pleasures as well as technological development.

¿Esta formación es para mí?

This specialism is aimed at individuals who are interested in exploring human-centredness in their approach to design and in working across communication technology, product interface, and service systems. Specialisms in the MDes scheme gives students advanced design skills which go beyond the skills required by the industry to teach analytical, reflective and communication skills needed to turn Design into a strategic asset.

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Requisitos: General Entrance Requirement: A Bachelor’s degree in design or the equivalent in a related discipline is required. English Language Requirement: A minimum score of IELTS overall band 6, or TOEFL 550 or iBT 80 is required if you are not an English native speaker and your Bachelor's awarding institution does not use English as the medium of instruction.


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Instalaciones (1) y fechas
Dónde se imparte y en qué fechas
Inicio Ubicación
03 sep 2018
Hong Kong
Hung Hom, Kowloon, Hong Kong, Hong Kong
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Inicio 03 sep 2018
Ubicación
Hong Kong
Hung Hom, Kowloon, Hong Kong, Hong Kong
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¿Qué aprendes en este curso?

Design
Technology
Communication Training
Scripting
Consumer Culture
Interaction DESIGN
Chinese Traditions
Analysis for Design
Authotship
Managing Value

Temario

Course Programme


The specialism is structured by a combination of intensively taught short courses that directly support a workshop investigation. Workshops take various forms from individual to team work, from self-initiated projects to externally sponsored projects. A range of electives are available to tailor the experience to individual interests. Some classes meet during weekends and evenings. The expectation is that the student is fully committed to the programme and works in the studio environment. The programme concludes with a demonstration project that unites: research, creative exploration, user understanding, and prototype testing toward a solution. Graduation requires the successful completion of 36 credits.

Common Core Subjects (compulsory) (1 credits)

SD5400 Vision and Change (1 credit)

Specialism Core Subjects (compulsory) (29 credits)

Theory/Method Subjects (12 credits)

  • SD5018 Research and Analysis for Design (3 credits)
  • SD5502 Information Architecture and Visualization (2 credits)
  • SD5507 Graduate Seminar I: Theories in Interaction Design (2 credits)
  • SD5508 Graduate Seminar II: Human Computer Interaction (2 credits)
  • SD5509 Prototyping and Scripting (3 credits)


Workshop Subjects (17 credits)

  • SD5520 Concept Workshop (1 credit)
  • SD5524 Tangible Interaction Workshop (2 credits)
  • SD5527 Graduate Studio Workshop I (3 credits)
  • SD5528 Graduate Studio Workshop II (3 credits)
  • SD5529 Embedded Interaction Workshop (3 credits)
  • SD5530 Demonstration Project (5 credits)



Electives* (6 credits)

These will be drawn from regularly occurring subjects within the MDes Scheme, including:

  • SD5001 Innovation Tools for Strategic Design (3 credits)
  • SD5002 Design and Culture: Cultural Identity and Authorship (3 credits)
  • SD5011 User Oriented Design: Theories, methods and Applications (3 credits)
  • SD5012 Future Contexts for Design (3 credits)
  • SD5014 Consumer as Producer: Critical Trends in Product Development and Consumer Culture (3 credits)
  • SD5015 Globalization and Design (3 credits)
  • SD5019 Design Criticism and Visual Arguments (3 credits)
  • SD5021 Chinese Traditions and the 21st Century (3 credits)
  • SD5022 Special Topics in Contemporary Design I (3 credits)
  • SD5023 Special Topics in Contemporary Design II (3 credits)
  • SD5104 Branding: From Local to Global Strategies (3 credits)
  • SD5112 Strategic Design: Regional Case Studies (3 credits)
  • SD5113 Strategies for Sustainable Product- Service Systems (3 credits)
  • SD5163 Managing Value Creation (3 credits)
  • SD5201 Collaborative Design and Technology (3 credits)
  • SD5202 Innovative Products and Services Development (3 credits)
  • SD5215 Introduction to Ergonomics (3 credits)
  • SD5216 Introduction to Intellectual Property: Fundamentals and Strategy (3 credits)
  • AF5340 Finance and Accounting for Design Business (3 credits)
  • MM5761 Marketing Management (3 credits)

Información adicional

Application Timeline - Sep 2018 Entry

  -  Applications start: 26 Sep 2017
  -  First Round Review deadline: 12 Dec 2017
  -  Application deadline: 30 Apr 2018

Type of Visa (for International Students)

People’s Republic of China and foreign nationals may join the full-time programme provided either they apply for and receive a Student VISA; or they may join the part-time programme if they are holding a valid work permit or dependent VISA from the Hong Kong Administrative Region Immigration Department. School of Design will provide assistance in this regard.

Tuition

HK$144,000 (local) / HK$158,400 (non-local)

Initial Programme Fee 

Local student HK$16,000 (4 credits x HK$4,000)/ Non-local student HK$44,000 (10 credits x HK$4,400)

No scholarship is available for non-local students for 2018/19 admissions. For local residents, two types of financial aid are available through the Government's Student Finance Office: (1) Continuing Education Fund and (2) Extended Non-means-Tested Loan Scheme (ENLS).
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